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What is the highest voltage in a battery?

The upper limit of the charging voltage is generally 4.2V, while the nominal voltage of the battery is 3.6V. The nominal voltages of the batteries are 3.8V and 3.85V, and the charge cut-offs are 4.35V and 4.45V.

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